Roller Forks for Cargo Loading


Roller Fork for  Cargo Loading are used to load pallets of cargo into aircraft having roller bed floors. Designed for use with smooth bottom cargo containers.

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Roller forks are Fork sleeves having conveyer rollers on deck. They are used to handle aircraft pallets made of aluminum and load them into cargo aircraft.  The roller forks are loaded by the load being fed from a roller bed or conveyor string onto the forks. They are unloaded by the forks being slightly tilted to roll the pallet onto the cargo deck rollers.

The roller forks are retained to the forks by a heel locking pin. The width of each roller fork is approximately 21 inches and the length typically about 84”.   The pallets handled are smooth bottomed without deck boards. Roller spacing is not specific. 

Roller forks are usually rated as 5,000 LB per fork at a load center equal to 50% of its length.

What we need to know:

  • The pallet type and dimensions

  • Load dimensions and weight

  • The fork length, thickness and width

  • Forklift make, model and capacity rating from the truck’s capacity data plate


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